Appart Hotel Du Parc
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... but to suck it up. So, we touch down and into another hire car and away we go to Lourdes. Took us about 2.5 hours. Our hotel is amazing. We're staying at the Grand Hotel Moderne. It's original old style Lourdes and has been beautifully looked after. The attention to detail is amazing. We're only here for 2 nights which is such a shame. Lourdes is so gorgeous. Its very green and ...
... in though, it was too late to get anything as the flow had started moving along. But it didn't go far and stopped at a chocolate shop. Chocolate is not my thing. I like a good Snickers or such but not much more (except for the hot chocolate available in Slovakia!)
We are close to the Saint Etienne Cathedral so we make a detour into it. Like most cathedrals it was built over several centuries but still quite ...
... our guide would have imparted to us. This guide is one that our group brings with us from England. He is so knowledgeable and informative and interesting. I'm not saying I remember much of it but it seeps into the brain and memory in small chunks and comes out again later when looking at something similar or related.
Back into the square where there is a market today as it is a holiday. I cross the square to a bakery - one ...
... city in the aeronautic industry.
One evening we enjoyed a walk down to the local pizzeria while Katie enjoyed a quiet evening at home with their family. Another night, we babysat while Stephanie and Steve had a date night.
Wonderful to be with friends and get a feel for what their life is like in this sweet French town.
... prepared to leave the boat early in the morning.
A special note:
Plane trees have lined the Canal du Midi for 200 years, Tragically, the trees are infected with an incurable fungus (presumably from World War II American munitions boxes), and over the next few years all 42,000 trees will have to be cut down. This process has already begun, and trees marked with huge Xs are almost as sad ...